Diamond Rings

Audio & Video: D-Sisive, ProF, The Mohawk Lodge, Diamond Rings, Tokyo Police Club, Caribou, Maylee Todd, Eamon McGrath, PS I Love You, Dilly Dally

In this edition I feature mp3 downloads from ProF, Four Tet (Caribou Remix) and Tokyo Police Club (Andy Rourke Remix), plus videos from D-Sisive, The Mohawk Lodge, Broken Social Scene (Live on Fallon), Eamon McGrath, Maylee Todd, PS I Love You, Diamond Rings, Emma McKenna and Dilly Dally.

Audio
- Download samples of a handful of tracks from ProF's debut full length album The Door - Lost World via bandcamp. The album is available online now through iTunes, emusic, cdbaby and Amazon.

- Stream and/or download Tokyo Police Club's "Breakneck Speed (Andy Rourke Remix)" via Stereogum.

- Caribou recently remixed Four Tet's song "Angel Echoes." Grab an mp3 for free via RCRDLBL.

D-Sisive - "West Coast"

National Post presents Pass The Mic: 8 MCs blow-up the history of Canadian rap

PS I Love You - "Meet Me at the Muster Station" (via Morning Noon Night)

Emma McKenna at Hype House

Dilly Dally - "Out of Hand" [Live in Bellwoods .11]

Maylee Todd - "Successive Mutations" [Live in Bellwoods .12]

Diamond Rings - "Show Me Your Stuff"

Broken Social Scene - "Texaco Bitches" (Live on Fallon)

The Mohawk Lodge - "Days When You Die" (via Southern Souls)

The Mohawk Lodge - "Wicked Nights" (via Southern Souls)

Eamon McGrath - "Heaven Run Me Down" (via Southern Souls)

Eamon McGrath - "Dark End of the Street" (via Southern Souls)

Lead photo of Diamond Rings by Matthew McAndrew.


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